Nino Soriano

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A financial planner explains exactly how you should prioritize your money

The majority of people who approach me for advice are most interested in guidance as it relates to their investment portfolios.<p>I would like to point out that there is a hierarchy of personal financial priorities, and though very important, investing for the future should be considered third of the …


10 Ways To Turn Your Finances Around In 2017

Did you resolve to save more for retirement this year, become debt-free or put cash aside for a bucket-list trip? We’re more than a month into the new year, but there’s still plenty of time to turn your finances around in 2017.<p>Next Avenue spoke with a few noted money experts for their suggestions. …

Personal Finance

Retirement Questions, Answered: What Those Who Are Exceeding Goals Should Know

If you have more saved for retirement than you expect you’ll need, you’ve probably asked — and answered — a lot of questions already. But Adam Harding, a certified financial planner who specializes in investing technology, sees even high-achieving clients have some questions about their retirement …


Are Cash-Back Credit Cards Becoming Irrelevant?

Most people won’t be surprised to find out credit card rewards are in the midst of a meteoric rise. A week doesn’t go by without media outlets reporting on new flashy bonuses or how banks are emptying their pockets to lure in new customers. Amid all the glitz and glamour, cash-back credit cards are …

Personal Finance

10 Hacks for a Better Credit Score

10 More Ways to Improve Your Credit Score<p>Updated February 15, 2017<p>The list 10 Things You Can Do Today To Improve Your Credit Score gave you 10 things …

Personal Finance

How to invest with $5, $50 or $100

Investing isn't just for the rich.<p>It is true that if you have lots of cash, you'll have lots of options on where to put it. But if you are just getting started and have just a minimal amount of money to work with — anywhere from $5 to $1,000 — you may have more choices than you might think.<p>A few …